Harlem

WNBA Star Brittney Griner’s personal life seems to be overshadowing her basketball career. On Sunday, several cyber bullies took to Twitter to wish the Phoenix Mercury star a Happy Father’s Day. In 2015, 25-year-old Griner divorced her wife Glory Johnson while Johnson was carrying the couple’s twins. Johnson gave birth in October, through a surrogate, […]

Just hours off his victory in the New Hampshire primaries Tuesday, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders swept into New York City's predominantly Black community of Harlem to meet MSNBC host and civil rights leader the Rev. Al Sharpton in an effort to help garner support from African-American voters.

The awards' theme, eloquently titled Cocktails, Cinema & Revolution, will honor famed director Ava DuVernay, MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry, Black Lives Matter, and actor Hill Harper on Feb. 10.

Chase Reed had a cash flow problem like many teens do. But in his case, his addiction to sneakers would turn out to be the…

Instagram struggles with yet another debate on the ethics of free speech on its social media platform.

The stars were out in full force for the 10th annual Apollo Theater Spring Gala in New York’s Harlem community. The event, hosted by Extra TV…

Although African-Americans make up just 13 percent of the U.S. population, we account for 33 percent of the missing in the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s…

Tomás Doncker, internationally acclaimed guitarist, has collaborated with Pulitzer prized winning poet, Yusef Komanyakaa, to produce “Big Apple Blues,” a funky, bluesy portrayal of New…

The Affordable Care Act deadline is fast-approaching. NYC-based celebrities and community leaders banded together Friday to organize a #GetCovered tour through three of the city’s five…

  1. Stopping Corruption Before it Starts: Miami Dade’s Candidates Academy From sex scandals to fraud, we’ve seen a lot of politicians recently who have…

The death toll has risen to seven in Wednesday’s gas explosion that rocked a New York City neighborhood. One of the victims – who lived…